This is annoying. I’d never cared about milliseconds before. But as soon as I’d seen this video, I suddenly cared. And although a tablet with a pen feels more natural to students than a tablet with just straight finger touch, I think we’re not going to get a completely fluid touch experience until we’ve removed all of those wasted 99 milliseconds from every touch gesture we make.
Read more about the background over at Steve Clayton’s Next at Microsoft blog